Magtech M27 Ammo 5.56x45mm, FMJ, 62 or 55 Grain, 800 Linked Rounds Ammo Can $446.49

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Magtech M27 Linked Ammo .5.56x45mm 800 Linked Rnds Ammo Can Deal July2020
Magtech M27 Linked Ammo .5.56x45mm 800 Linked Rnds Ammo Can Deal July2020

USA – -( Sportsman’s Guide has some new inventory in-stock and shipping on 800 rounds of Magtech M27 Linked 5.56x45mm, FMJ, in both 62 & 55 Grain Ammunition for $446.49 for buyers club members with a FREE ammo can. The reusable parts make this a great buy, which is $75.00 in belt links alone not to mention the ammo can and reloadable brass. Don’t have a rifle that can shoot linked rounds, all these linked rounds can be broken down for the ammo and at $0.558 each a round, that is now cheaper than loose 5.56 elsewhere. Put those teenagers to work.

This is available at two p[roduct links:

Here’s something you don’t see every day: Linked 5.56x45mm Ammo from Magtech®, typically reserved for belt-fed firearms like the M249 light machine gun. Each round is linked with the military-spec M27 link. Each M27 link consists of a single piece of metal curved into 2 partial cylinders, and rounds are extracted by pushing forward out of the link. Military standards stipulate that the force to strip a NATO-approved round from the M27 link should be between 5.5 and 16 lbs.

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Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 717777
  • Caliber: .223 (5.56x45mm)
  • Bullet Weight: 55 grain/62 grain
  • Bullet Style: Full Metal Jacket
  • Muzzle Velocity: 3,265 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 1,302 ft.-lbs.
  • Case Type: Brass
  • Primer Type: Boxer, reloadable
  • Corrosive: No
  • Rounds: 800, M27 linked, with steel ammo can

In every other way, these are standard training rounds for your .556 compatible AR-15 or M16. It comes with steel ammo can as well.

Magtech M27 Ammo, 5.56x45mm, FMJ, 62 or 55 Grain, 800 Linked Rounds Ammo Can $446.49

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I imagine this item is being marketed to all of the private M249 owners in the U.S. — all two of them? Yeah, I’m being sarcastic, but there aren’t a lot of private citizens using 5.56 belt feed.

Ryben Flynn

And the few semi-auto belt fed AR15s are expensive.


FN does sell a semi 249, big $$$. A Shrike upper can mount on your AR lower, again big $$$


This is not a good price. It is almost $200 over what can be purchased on a regular basis.

Also, the popup ads are a real nuisance. I am ready to ditch Ammoland because of this.

Wild Bill

@JFC, You are forgetting the value of the links and the linking. A successful engagement would be nearly impossible, today, without linked ammunitions.


Article tries to make links a positive. Unless one has a belt fed weapon, buyer has to manually extract each round before loading into a standard magazine. My thumbs get tired enough already. All those links might be “worth” $70 to someone, but for me they’d just be trash. So an extra $100 plus work to get a $10 ammo can. No thanks, I’ll wait for panic pricing to recede. IF I had a belt fed machine gun – this would probably be a great deal. Anyone know if there are any NFA qualified tools which use this type of… Read more »

Ryben Flynn

There is the MCR-060 belt fed upper, but it costs $4414. It was at the 2019 SHOT Show. They call that “affordable”?